I'm basic.
I like stuff. The good kind.

fewerbrokenpieces:

Growing Up- Andrew Jackson Jihad

"Growing up
really fucking sucks
I want to fall in love
but I don’t love anybody
And soon, there will be nobody
who will want to fall in love with me
And I’m afraid I don’t care”

22,057 plays

nineteen-fifty-four:

Leonard Bernstein and his daughter at a Beatles concert, 1965.

eugenialoli:

Expulsion from Grace" by Eugenia Loli.

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dresquiat:

jerrielzapata:

d5nielle:

first i was like huh what willow smith

then i was like hUH WHAT WILLOW sMITH?!?!?!??

she understands… I’m breath taken by this.

So dope

497,637 plays

fer1972:

Clever Fold-out Greeting Cards by Heather Abbot (on etsy)

nevver:

Not my type

nevver:

Leave me, Andre Elliott

Eartha Kitt in Amsterdam, 1962

historicaltimes:

Female firefighters during a training exercise at the Pearl Harbor shipyard, Hawaii, 1941-46 -

fewthistle:

Playing the Blues. South Side, Chicago. 1946.

Photographer: Wayne Miller

thealy50:

Built to endure.

fortunecookied:

Adventures of Superman (1952-58) was the first television series to feature Superman, with George Reeves as the titular hero

newyorker:

Paul Graham visits the Garry Winogrand retrospective at the Met: http://nyr.kr/1mI66Sa

“I love that nothing stopped Garry ethically. You’re not supposed to photograph panhandlers, someone who suffers from dwarfism, or leer at beautiful strange women. He’d just put out his lens and do it.”

Top: El Morocco, New York, 1955. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Middle: Coney Island, New York, circa 1952. Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Bottom: Untitled (Location Unknown), 1963. From the estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy of Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco.

adelphe:

Humphrey Bogart

Bogart’s Face, 1970

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